Enable students to improve their academic achievement
If you are applying for one of your state’s Nita M. Lowey 21st Century Community Learning Centers grants, Renaissance can lend a hand. Our assessment, literacy, and math solutions are proven to help students meet state and local standards in core academic subjects – the key purpose of the program, and our 21st CCLC guidance document is full of tips for preparing a competitive submission. Moreover, we may be able to review and edit your application
These grants fund a broad array of before- and after-school opportunities (including during the summer months) to provide academic enrichment. Using these funds, you can enable students to improve their academic achievement through reading and math practice, provide tutoring, help students learn to use technology, promote language skills for English learners, and offer parent involvement and family literacy programs.
Incorporating Renaissance Star assessments (in English or Spanish), myIGDIs by Renaissance assessments for pre-K students, Renaissance Accelerated Reader®, Renaissance myON Reader, Renaissance myON News, and Freckle by Renaissance into your program will provide a comprehensive approach to meeting the diverse needs of the students you serve. Adding Renaissance professional development options will offer practical support to your 21st CCLC staff, especially those who are not classroom teachers. Choose from Renaissance-U courses, best practices tutorial and guides, virtual seminars, implementation site visits and data coaching.
Renaissance’s technology-based assessments and research-proven reading and math solutions are well-suited to the requirements of 21st CCLC grants. Pair that fact with our experience in helping customers win these grants, accomplish the goals and objectives they outline in their applications, and celebrate student growth—and be in touch!